Caring for Carers

We know how hard it can be to suddenly find yourself as a full time carer for a loved one.

It’s not just our patients who need our care and support – we help those around the patient, too.

You can find that life is suddenly very different and there can be a lot to take in and understand. You may even perhaps be trying to hide how you may be feeling from your loved one who is ill or from other members of your family and friends.

Our care is not just for patients; we look after those close to them as well.

There are a number of ways in which we can support you or help you find the support you need, such as:

Making every day count

<h2><strong>Inpatient Care</strong></h2>

Inpatient Care

Our 10 bed Inpatient unit is bright and welcoming. Built around an internal courtyard our rooms have ensuite facilities and overlook our hospice gardens.

Inpatient Care

<h2><strong>Integrated Palliative Care Hub</strong></h2>

Integrated Palliative Care Hub

We work with local care providers, GPs, district nurses, Macmillan nurses, specialist nurses and other health and social care professionals to coordinate and provide the best possible care.

Integrated Palliative Care Hub

<h2><strong>Counselling &amp; Emotional Care </strong></h2>

Counselling & Emotional Care 

We offer emotional and psychological support to patients and their families through our Counselling and Emotional Care Service as well as Bereavement support.

Find out more

<h2><strong>Visiting Times</strong></h2>

Visiting Times

Find out about our hospice opening  and visiting times and how to get in touch.

Visiting Times